Day 1 of the CES 2020 trade show has begun with tech companies like Samsung, Lenovo, and Sony showcasing their newest and trendiest gadgets. Lenovo, HP, and Dell have updated their line of devices.  Asus has revealed the world’s first 360 Hz gaming monitor designed for eSports. Sony has revealed the Vision-S car which is built in partnership with auto manufacturer Magna and filled with gear from companies like BlackBerry and Bosch.

Samsung, the South Korean smartphone manufacturer has announced a personal care robot, Ballie, AI-powered home for the future, and a smart city driven by IoT and 5G. Ballie comes with the capability to control homes, function as fitness assistant, remote control and connects with all smart devices at home. It captures or records moments and works as a photo album. But the key thing is that Ballie maintains stringent data protection and privacy standards. Samsung also highlighted that its core vision lies in saving energy, cutting down emissions and achieving sustainability as populations grow.  Samsung has also revealed Neon. It is a ‘computationally created virtual being’ that behaves like a real human.  Neon will have its own personality and emotions.

Also, Sony surprised everyone by showcasing its Vision-S concept electronic car which comes with 33 sensors that will monitor both inside and outside of the car. Sony also disclosed the new logo for the PlayStation 5 next-generation console. It was revealed by PlayStation head Rim Jyan. It will feature ultra Blu-ray drive, 3D audio sound, and ultra-fast SSDs. Sony has sold over 106 million PS4s. It is the second best selling console after the PlayStation 2.

LG is also ready to bring the rollable TV to the market by the end of 2020. The highlight of the TV was its design and the rollable display. LG’s OLED TV R is seen as the future of television.

Also, Lenovo is all set to ship its 13-inch laptop with a seamless screen. It can be laid like a tablet or can be propped up at a right angle. It will attract the consumers who need the power of a Windows 10 Pro computer but don’t want a proper laptop.

CES is the world’s gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. It has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for 50 years — the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace. Owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), it attracts the world’s business leaders and pioneering thinkers.